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It's well to keep trying new things in vegetables. This year our new one was celeriac (pronounced se LER i ac). Botanically the same as celery, this is a different form of it that has an enlarged root, the part eaten.
There was no trouble getting the seeds to come up last February under lights; the little plants grew willingly, and in April we set them to the outdoor garden where they went right ahead. They added a handsome touch, sturdy celery-like stems topped by dark green foliage. We had them about nine inches apart in the row. With plentiful rains and a cool spring, they grew fast.
Early in July, Thomas Eltzroth was …